Elly Davis

Elly Davis

Programs and Knowledge Manager, PEAK Grantmaking

Elly Davis supports PEAK Grantmaking’s work to identify effective, efficient, and equitable philanthropic practices, and advocate for their adoption by grantmakers. She focuses on connecting members to resources and to each other through PEAK’s online community, and developing knowledge and content to help professional grantmakers fuel change for good. Before joining PEAK, Elly was the community impact officer at the Idaho Community Foundation, where she carried out all grantmaking and community engagement efforts.

Post-Con | Become an Advocate for Practice Change

307 Methow

*SOLD OUT*  To build advocates and champions for practice change in philanthropy, this half-day post-conference session will take a deep dive into the five Principles for Peak Grantmaking, with a focus on change management, organizational culture, and leading change within your organization and your region.

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Chapter Meeting | PEAK Pacific Northwest: Networking & Principles Roundtables

301 Ashnola

Join us to network with local grantmakers and help us plan the year ahead for the Pacific Northwest chapter. We’ll discuss ways to get involved with the chapter and solicit event ideas. Elly Davis, PEAK’s programs and knowledge manager, will lead us in roundtables based on the guiding Principles for Peak Grantmaking.

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Roundtable | Strengthening Organizations Through Operating Support Grants

502 Cowlitz

Learn about tested strategies for establishing strong relationships with grantees, particularly when working internationally.

Steward Responsively
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Pre-Con | Grants Management 101

502 Cowlitz

This workshop requires an additional registration fee. Sponsored by NGOSource.  This session is PEAK Grantmaking’s exclusive training workshop, designed for professionals who are new to their role in grants management. This includes professionals with backgrounds in accounting, technology systems, program management, and other areas.

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